SPOILERS: BLACKPINK Jisoo's True Identity Finally Revealed In 'Snowdrop' Episode 14

SPOILERS: BLACKPINK Jisoo’s True Identity Finally Revealed In ‘Snowdrop’ Episode 14

The most divisive drama on JTBC ‘Snowdrop’ has finally pulled off. Despite multiple charges threatening the broadcast of the promising Korean drama, Blackpink Jisoo and Jung Hae-in’s Snowdrop managed to make it all the way to the end.

After an announcement from Eun Young Ro (BLACKPINK Jisoo), the broadcast network Snowdrop aired additional stills on January 29 that hint at the alterations inside the hostage scene.

Lee Kang Mu (Jang Seung Jo) plotted to get their hands on money that doctor and North Korean spy Kang Cheong Ya (Yoo In Na); possesses against Nam Tae II (Park Sung Woong); a South Korean man who aims to kill them all, in the previous episode of Snowdrop.

Young Ro tried to fit the puzzle pieces back together in Snowdrop episode 14. Her hidden identity is revealed, surprising both her dormmates and housemother Ms. Pi (Yoon Se Ah). Young Ro informs her other hostages that she is the daughter of the Agency for National Security Planning Director (ANSP).

Im Su Ho (Jung Hae-in), on the other hand, is forced to make a life-or-death decision after his government orders him to blow up the dorm or they will kill someone close to Su Ho’s heart.

In the midst of the chaos, Young Ro’s father, Eun Chang Soo (Heo Jun-Ho), prepares to avenge his friend Nam Tae Il, who covertly shoots him with a sniper. Young Ro ultimately prepares to communicate directly to the ANSP through a walkie-talkie in episode 14. Su Ho, Kang Mu, and Pi Seung Hee, who are all concerned about Young Ro, sit with her to help her.

Snowdrop Has Had Minor Scheduling Alterations

Young Ro is given much-needed time to say everything she has to say, which also piques the interest of the audience. The forthcoming episode is chock-full of shocking disclosures and counterattacks that are sure to send fans into a frenzy.

JTBC will broadcast “Snowdrop” episode 14 on Saturday, January 29 at 10:30 p.m. KST. It will be accessible for international streaming on Disney+ in select territories. The JTBC drama “Snowdrop,” starring Jung Hae In and BLACKPINK Jisoo, has had minor scheduling alterations to accommodate the Lunar New Year vacations.

The final two episodes of “Snowdrop” were originally slated to show on January 30, but because the Lunar New Year falls on February 1, the broadcast media and production unit chose to screen them on January 30.

To commemorate the holidays, many television shows made minor alterations to their schedules.

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